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The newest book from TWS and Johns Hopkins University Press
Are you thinking about a career with a state wildlife agency or already a seasoned professional working for one? Either way, this newest book in TWS’ Wildlife Conservation and Management series, “State Wildlife Management and Conservation,” is a must have.
TWS Past President Thomas Ryder, now retired after a long career with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, brings together wildlife leaders from practical, policy, and academic backgrounds to tell the story of state wildlife agencies, chronicling their efforts to restore and protect our nation’s natural resources.
With more than 40 contributors, the book provides a comprehensive, nationwide account of state management efforts. It will aid professors training the next generation of wildlife professionals, students hoping to enter the profession, and anyone working with wildlife to develop a more sophisticated understanding of what it means to be a state wildlife biologist.
TWS members receive a 30 percent discount off the cover price of $75.